Forbidden Fruits is a metaphor for the forbidden and fascinating aspects of life that attract and challenge us. It symbolizes those things that draw us in because of their beauty, allure, and mysterious nature, but also carry the risk of negative consequences. The forbidden fruit, the apple from the Garden of Eden that seduced Eve in the biblical creation story, symbolizes this concept. The rest of the story is widely known.
This concept also served as inspiration for designer Philipp Alexander Schäfer, who faced the forbidden fruits of life and reflects his interpretation of this temptation.
Forbidden Fruits embodies the duality of the forbidden aspects of life. These aspects are seductive and can bring us temporary happiness and fulfillment, but they also carry the danger of poisoning us and leading us astray from our path. It is therefore important to be aware of the consequences.